2017.03.14 Digital Library Pedagogy Twitter Chat

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March 14, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Eastern. Join in using the #DLFteach hashtag.


  • Welcome! This #DLFteach chat is hosted by the Critical Approaches to Digital Primary Sources working group! @lutefisk812 @angieblanc @EllieDickson
  • We are incredibly excited by the response to this new group #DLFteach
  • Today we’ll be introducing ourselves and beginning to hash out possible directions for #DLFteach
  • Follow along with the #DLFteach hashtag, and don’t forget to include it in your responses along with the Q number (e.g. Q1)
  • The questions will be Tweeted from @CLIRDLF #DLFteach
  • Ready? Here we go! #DLFteach
  • First, introduce yourself! #DLFteach
  • Q1: What does it mean to be “digital-primary-source literate”? What literacies would that concept encompass? #DLFteach
  • Q2: What are the advantages of using digital primary sources in the classroom? Disadvantages? #DLFteach
  • Q3: How do you access digital primary sources? Subscription? Local collections? Free content? Any tips for finding open sources? #DLFteach
  • Q4: Read anything recently about digital primary sources in the classroom you’d recommend? Seen any inspiring projects? #DLFteach
  • Q5: What types of resources would be useful in teaching digital primary source literacy? #DLFteach
    • Follow up—contact one of us if interested in working on something
  • Thank you for participating in this #DLFteach chat!
  • [at 2 pm only] Join us again at 8 pm ET for another round! #DLFteach
  • Don’t forget to join our Google Group to stay updated; more info at https://www.diglib.org/groups/digital-library-pedagogy #DLFteach